5 Must Have Android App 2017

There are well over one million applications in the Google Play Store that have been downloaded billions of times, hence It is very difficult to find best app with millions of Apps in the Play Store. Whenever you want a App for Weather or News there are always ton of app available and it is very difficult to find which app is best for your  requirement.
You can’t have best android experience unless you have some really cool Apps according to your requirements, But unfortunately there are tons of App on Google Play Store that you don’t have to waste your time to get those Apps.

Here at TechRaagawe have spend hours curating the top Android apps for every purpose, and compiled only the best of them into one list. Here are the best free Android apps you can download right now!

1Weather

[Price: Free / $1.99]
1Weather is about as complete of a weather app as you can find. It comes with all kinds of stuff including current conditions, forecasts, radar, predictions, fun facts about meteorology, graphs, and even a sun and moon tracker. It’s wrapped up in a very attractive tabbed design and there are even a variety of weather widgets that come along with it. It’s free to use and the $1.99 charge is simply to remove advertising. As long as you don’t mind the occasional banner add, this is a perfectly awesome free app.

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The Google Drive Suite

[Price: Free]
The Google Drive suite are a group of applications that are all directly integrated into Google Drive. The apps include Google Docs, Google Slides, Google Sheets, Google Photos, and Google Keep along with the actual Google Drive app itself. These apps focus primarily on office use for documents, spreadsheets, and slideshows but also work for note taking, backing up your photos, and storing whatever file you can think of. The best part is that they’re all free unless you need more than 15GB of storage on Google Drive. Most people don’t.

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Feedly

[Price: Free]
Feedly is one of the best news apps out there and one that you should definitely try out. It’s an RSS reader which means you can subscribe to tons of different websites and get news from all of them at once. It also has support for podcasts, YouTube channels, and more. The major good thing about using an app like Feedly is being able to bring all of your interests into one spot and read about the latest news. It’s completely free and super easy to use once you get it set up.

Zedge

[Price: Free]
Zedge is pretty much a one-stop-shop for things like wallpapers, ringtones, notification tones, and alarms. There is a very large selection of all of those things available in a variety of genres including fantasy, mainstream, funny, and pretty much whatever else you can think of. The content is added by Zedge’s user base. Thanks to this, there is quite a bit of variety. Finding stuff on there is rather simple. The only bad part is the advertising can get annoying but it’s easy enough to ignore. You can pick it up right now for free and there are no in-app purchases.

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Wunderlist

[Price: Free with in-app purchases]
Wunderlist is one of the best to-do list apps out there. It’s easy to use and it allows you to break up your various tasks into different categories for easy access and organization. Thanks to its basic nature, you can also use it to create things like grocery lists with ease. Tasks and whole categories can be shared with others and everyone gets updated when a task is changed or added. You get most of the features for free which should be enough for casual use although there is a subscription model if you need it.

If we missed any of the best Android Apps you use, tell us about them in the comments!

Shashank Tiwari

Shashank Tiwari is a writer from India and the Tech Explained editor. In his free time he dabbles in fiction, photography, and game development.

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